When I try to print e-mails from the internet, an error report appears asking if I want to send the 'error' report to microsoft. This error has now become persistant every time I try to print. I have not changed anything with my print settings and this has only recently happened.
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Re: Trying To Print From Internet Explorer
This error only comes when the thing or program you are using is not competent with your computer. In your case, it seems that the Driver of the Printer is out-dated or seriously corrupted. Try re-installing or try to find updates on the manufacture's website.
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Your browser is crashing. The notice to "Notify Microsoft" is to allow you to send Microsoft a crash report so they can look into the issue. It is ok to hit either Yes or No. you get returned to the desktop because the browser closed.
If you are using Internet Explorer, consider downloading and installing Mozilla FireFox. Sometimes sites that don't work on Internet Explorer work better in Firefox. The opposite is true as well. I keep both browsers on my computer for this reason.
Update Internet Explorer and make sure it is the latest version. Sometimes a simple update may solve the problem. (You may also want to update Firefox if you choose to use FireFox).
The cause of the browser crash ranges from a conflict within the browser software to a bad script it was trying to execute on a website. In any case, try those two solutions and see if any help you out.
Go to control panel -> add/remove software, select yahoo software and unistall it, upgrade to ie 8 if you haven't, go to yahoo mail, it will ask you to install yahoo software, agree and wait. Apparently yahoo have been updating things in their webmail client and its kind of buggy.
Check your firewall and anti-virus or internet security...if you able to check the mail you must be able to print...hance try pressing Ctrl+P, here you check the Print Preview and give print..Further result pelase let us know..thanks for using Fixya...Good Luck
Looks like your printer driver is crashing. If it's the driver that's causing problem, try to find an updated driver on the manufacturer's website. Also, to make sure, I would try a different browser - if you are using IE, try installing Firefox, opening your e-mail and printing. Or Opera, if you prefer.
I'm assuming you have Vista and choosing "File/Print" or right clicking and chosing print, both close down IE. You will need to click on the Print Icon that is in the upper right hand corner of the email to print. See if that resolves the issue.
I dont know if this will help you but ... I had the same problem for the last week and ... at least for now, all is OK. My tech people told me all sorts of things to do with "Internet options" with Explorer. Nothing worked. It was suggested by a contact that I try using Firefox as my browser. Downloaded it (free), transferred the IE settings to it when asked and all (including mail) seems fine.
We need to first check whether we are experiencing this issue while printing from all the applications in the computer or only from Internet explorer. If you are experiencing this issue only while printing from Internet explorer, then download the smart web printing from the HP website and then run it and try to print.
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This sounds like an issue with your web browser. Which web browser are you using? Do you get any error message when you print? Also, when you print, make sure it is printing to the printer you think you have set up. The web browser will allow you to print to a different printer, then remember those settings.